Allender, Friedman, and Gasarch recently proved an upper bound of pspace for the class DTTR K of decidable languages that are polynomial-time truth-table reducible to the set of prefix-free Kolmogorov-random strings regardless of the universal machine used in the definition of Kolmogorov complexity. It is conjectured that DTTR K in fact lies closer to its lower bound BPP established earlier by Buhrman, Fortnow, Koucký, and Loff. It is also conjectured that we have similar bounds for the analogous class DTTR C defined by plain Kolmogorov randomness. In this paper, we provide further evidence for these conjectures. First, we show that the time-bounded analogue of DTTR C sits between BPP and pspace ∩ P/poly. Next, we show that the class DTTR C, α obtained from DTTR C by imposing a restriction on the reduction lies between BPP and pspace. Finally, we show that the class P/R obtained by further restricting the reduction to ask queries of logarithmic length lies between BPP and P/poly.